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Callum Morton, Monument #32: Helter Shelter at The Gold Coast Arts Centre until 25 January 2019

December 30, 2018

As a part of their summer program, Home of the Arts (HOTA, or The Gold Coast Arts Centre) is exhibiting Buxton Contemporary Collection artist Callum Morton’s work Monument #23: Helter Shelter. Emerging uncannily from the ground, this monumental work could not be timelier. Monument #23: Helter Shelter is  a piece of temporary architecture – a bus shelter rendered in the form of an emergent head of Donald Trump, hollowed-out and replete with inferno flames and bench seating. The work will be exhibited lakeside at HOTA until 25 January 2019.

For more information about this artwork, visit the HOTA website.

Image: Callum Morton, Monument #23: Helter Shelter 2018, installation view, Home of the Arts.

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